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INTERNATIONAL - The head of human resources at Siemens expressed optimism that the German technology giant can come to an agreement with unions over planned cuts yesterday, as workers prepared to protest at the company’s annual shareholders’ meeting. Discussions with workers’ councils and unions are focussing on the affected locations as well as a general restructuring of its power and gas business, Janina Kugel said in Munich, where the company is headquartered.
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